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Since Delmonico Steakhouse serves both lunch and dinner, the price of a meal depends on what time of day you come to the Las Vegas restaurant. For lunch, nothing on the menu costs more than $20, with the steaks. For dinner, the most expensive entrée, the bone-in rib eye, costs $52 for a single person; while the chateaubriand, which is carved tableside, runs the gamut at $110 for two people. Otherwise, dinner entrées cost between $35 and $50.You’ll likely end up spending somewhere around $100 per person for dinner at Emeril Lagasse’s Las Vegas steakhouse, once you factor in wine, sides and dessert. But we think $100 is a pretty reasonable price point, considering the wonderful New Orleans-influenced cuisine you’ll enjoy at Delmonico.